Aussie Equestrian Kevin Mcnabb of age 43 years old is eyeing Olympic gold. His height and Wikipedia details are right here.
Kevin Mcnab is representing the Australian National side in the Tokyo Olympics. The veteran horse rider already has a silver medal in his name.
The Olympics debutant is an expert in the Equestrian Team eventing category. The upcoming showdown for Mcnab happens on August 2, 2021.
Kevin Mcnabb Wife: Is He Married?
Kevin Mcnabb’s wife is Emma Mcnabb. She is also an equestrian, an expert in eventing.
The lovely couple also has a baby daughter together. The little girl has been named Annabelle. She was born in August 2019.
Kevin’s wife Emma won Tattersalls CIC3* event in 2018. She also rode on the Australian team at the World Equestrian Games.
Meanwhile, Emma is really enjoying being a mum. She is riding younger horses only, with childcare help from the girls in the yard.
The McNabs are not competitive with each other, which they consider their major strength as a couple.
Meet Kevin Mcnabb Family
Kevin Mcnabb was born to a family from Queensland, Australia. He has European roots in his family.
Not much is known about his father, mother, and parents though. Raised alongside horses and on a farm, Mcnabb dreamed of competing at Olympics from a very young age.
Kevin Mcnabb is on Instagram. He goes by the username @mcnabeventing and has amassed more than 3.4 thousand followers.
Kevin Mcnabb Height: How Tall?
Equestrian Kevin Mcnabb stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches.
Furthermore, the Australian horse rider weighs around 70 kilos.
Kevin Mcnabb Age: How Old Is He?
Kevin Mcnabb’s age is 43 years old as of August 2021. He was born in the year 1978 and his birthday is on February 21.
According to astrology, he belongs to the Pisces sign.
Who Is Kevin Mcnabb Equestrian? Wikipedia
Kevin Mcnab has no Wikipedia bio. Throughout his career, Mcnab has started in 258 races.
At the same time, he has 18 big wins on his name in the eventing category. In the jumping category, Kevin has ridden 33 times.
Kevin Mcnab was raised alongside horses. He began 2020 with four horses and qualified for the Olympics.
He is actually one of very few eventers to achieve international results before Covid.
The eventer had kicked off the year in Portugal, where he piloted three horses. In the event, he was placed among the top 7.
Besides, he also runs Kelecyn Equestrian Centre in Australia.